How to Apply

Why become a member of the AMCOM team? The Army Profession - The Army is a profession, a highly expert, certified, and credentialed force resulting from years of increasingly rigorous training, education, and leader development. Its people treat one another with dignity and respect, retaining the trust and confidence of both the American people and each other. Army professionals are people of character, presence, and intellect, committed to reflective practice and continuous learning. They share a powerful and enduring identity as lifelong members of the Army team.

The Army is committed to equality of opportunity, providing all of our talented people with fulfilling and rewarding professional careers. As an inclusive and representative American institution, we ensure that our people possess a diversity of talent – knowledge, skills, behaviors, and preferences – drawn from all corners of our country and its vibrant, diverse population.

Mission: AMCOM develops and delivers responsive aviation, missile and calibration material readiness to the United States Army in order to optimize joint warfighter capabilities at the point of need.

Vision: Mission First, People Always, enabling synchronized aviation, missile and calibration materiel enterprises providing unmatched capability for the Army and nation.

Steps for applying using USAJOBS:

Click on "Search for Jobs" to search by specific Vacancy Announcement Number, Agency, job category, or geographical location.

Click on "Create Resume" to enter and maintain your resume data. You must have a current resume in the USAJOBS database before you can apply for a position. After you create your resume in the system, select the “Apply Online” button located at the bottom of the vacancy announcement to which you wish to apply.



AMCOM opportunities may include:

◾ Professional, technical, and administrative opportunities in the U.S. and abroad
◾ Challenging work assignments available both stateside and abroad
◾ Career development and advancement
◾ Education and training opportunities
◾ Competitive annual salaries with cost of living increases
◾ Promotional opportunities
◾ Vacation and sick leave
◾ Health and life insurance
◾ Retirement plan
◾ TSP (401K equivalent), with up to a 5% matching government contribution
◾ 10 paid federal holidays
◾ Family Friendly Leave
◾ Flexible hours and alternate work schedules
◾ Telework arrangements may be available
◾ Possible student loan repayment
◾ Recruitment and Relocation Bonuses may be offered for difficult-to-fill positions



The Internship Program is open to current students in an accredited high school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other educational institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate. This program allows for students to get hands-on work experience in the Federal Government, while still in school. Students, who are on non-temporary appointments and who successfully complete the program, may be non-competitively converted to a term or permanent competitive service position. Students serving on a temporary appointment are not eligible for non-competitive conversion. To be eligible students must: a. Be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national; b. Be at least 16 years of age; c. Meet applicable security clearance requirements; d. Must be in an accepted or enrolled student status (school must be accredited); and e. Maintain at least a 2.5 (Undergrad) or 3.0 (Grad) overall average on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent, and a record that is in all ways predictive of graduation. Students with grades below the required GPA for any two semesters are no longer eligible for the program.

The Recent Graduates Program specifically targets individuals who have recently graduated (within the last 2 years, if not a preference eligible veteran, or up to 6 years for a preference eligible veteran who could not apply due to military obligation) or obtained certificates from a qualifying educational institution or program and who are just beginning their careers, before their career paths are fully established. Successful applicants will be placed in a 1-year career development program, and may be non-competitively converted to a term or permanent competitive service position, upon successful completion of the program.

The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is administered by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and has been the Federal Government's premier leadership development program for advanced degree (e.g., masters or professional degree) candidates. Executive Order 13562 expands the eligibility window for applicants, making it more "student friendly" by aligning it with academic calendars and allowing those who have received a qualifying advanced degree within the preceding two years to participate. Each year, candidates apply to the program in efforts to be selected as finalists. Finalists are then eligible for appointment as Presidential Management Fellows. The very first step in successfully becoming a PMF is paying attention to the details of the annual application and assessment process. Once the application period opens, it will appear on USAJOBS by searching for "Presidential Management Fellows."

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